Where we govern

Breede Valley

Breede Valley strives to be a unique and caring valley of service excellence, opportunity and growth. The Municipality runs a tight ship, its last four audits were all clean.

Breede Valley's Success Stories

DA-led Breede Valley got

FOUR CLEAN AUDITS IN A ROW

for excellent spending of public funds

DA-led Breede Valley

BUILT NETBALL COURTS

at Riverview Flats, Zwelethemba and Avian Park

In DA-led Breede Valley

676 SMOKE ALARMS

HAVE BEEN INSTALLED

in Avian Park and the New Mandela informal settlement in Zwelethemba

DA-led Breede Valley has

COMPLETED THE FENCING

of the community garden, soup kitchen & new neighbourhood centre in Riverview

Meet the Mayor & Mayoral Committee Running Breede Valley Municipality

Antoinette Steyn

Breede Valley Executive Mayor Antoinette Steyn has dedicated her life to serving the community. She has a passion for politics which she sees as an opportunity to make a positive change in people’s lives. Antoinette was born in Riversdal where her father was employed with the South African Railways. The family later moved to Touws…

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News from Breede Valley

A “new world” opens its doors in Avianpark

The Avianpark Library has opened its doors to the residents of Avianpark which is opening up a whole new world for the local community. Two months ago Avianpark residents were caught up in a drug war that left many people concerned about the youth living in the area. After the municipality had assisted the authorities…

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SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES

The smoke alarm project, a joint venture between the Breede Valley Municipality, the Western Cape government and the University of Stellenbosch and the Breede Valley Fire department has entered into Phase 2 of the project. To date 676 alarms have been installed in Avian Park and 300 in the New Mandela informal settlement in Zwelethemba….

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Breede Valley turns dumping ground into Education Centre

The DA Breede Valley Municipality is thrilled to have been part of the process to turn what was used as an illegal dumping ground into an education centre that is set to change the lives of residents in the community. Following requests to assist in accommodating a crèche in the Hek Park community, the municipality…

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Making the DA manifesto accessible and available to all

The Breede Valley Municipality recently handed over a Braille copy of the Democratic Alliance Manifesto to the residents and staff of Kaleidoscope SA in Worster. Previously known as the Institute for the Blind, Kaleidoscope is a non-profit organization that caters for the all-inclusive needs of more than 3000 visually impaired persons, including visually impaired persons with additional…

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